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  • Audi is speaking up for gender equality
  • Audi is speaking up for gender equality
    Audi (2017) ©
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Audi is speaking up for gender equality

Audi has launched an ad that puts cars on the back-burner, bringing social issues to the forefront instead. The German automaker is positioning itself as an accessory to achieving gender equality in its #DriveProgress campaign, rather than simply a way to get from A to B.

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